La Sierra University News

Young musicians from the Shanghai Conservatory of Music have traveled half way around the world to compete and perform at La Sierra University. Three award-winning students will give recitals Aug. 1 and 2.

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Biologist Lee Grismer earlier this month made good on his word to capture an elusive cave-dwelling gecko near the Malaysia-Thailand border. He also came back with a beautiful, but deadly viper that may prey on the gecko species.

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Warren Trenchard earlier this month celebrated his years as LSU’s provost with a trip to Montreal’s famed jazz festival. He reflects on his work as second-in-command and his musical interests.

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Summer is in full swing and so are the arts at La Sierra’s Brandstater Gallery. The highly unique Exquisite Corpse exhibit is on display through August and a gallery concert is planned.

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Hilmer Besel founded La Sierra’s math department, math major and computer science major. But most of all, his is a life of integrity that places others’ needs first. La Sierra recently honored Besel for his numerous contributions.

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Guitarist John Payne will lead a quartet of top players who have performed with a long list of notables including Gladys Knight, Kenny Burrell, Diane Schuur, Ray Charles and many others. Enjoy an evening of cool music, for free!

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Department of Administration and Leadership Chair Steve Pawluk assumes new duties as La Sierra’s provost. He officially took the post July 1. Pawluk replaces long-time provost Warren Trenchard who will pursue other assignments at the university.

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  • Last update on  September 26, 2014